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Aiken's Cross Country team knows hard work.  Cross Country is a sport where there are no time-outs or substitutions.  Courses change from week to week with each 5K (3.1 miles) having different terrain.  Weather changes during the season from hot to cold, sun to rain or snow and these runners see it all and train for every kind of condition.  When the gun goes off at the start of the race and the clock begins to tick, these runners race each other and against the clock, hoping to shave time off and set a new PR while placing well to help their team score.  Come cheer on Aiken XC at the Seven Hills Invitation on September 21st at 8:00 AM.  

Pictured L-R: Andy Curtis-Silva, Bintou Lo, Ndeye Maguette Ndiaye - Congratulations CMAC Athletes of the Week!


Check out the Athletes of the Week on the CMAC Site.  Each week coaches will nominate their athletes who have made a difference on the field and in the classroom.  Let's celebrate the talents that each of these young athletes have and recognize the hard work and dedication that they put forth!

Pictured L-R: Rihisti Berhane, Mateo Stephens, Joyeuse Muhorahkeye, Bernard Kabumba (Aiken) and Issiaka Thiama (Western Hills)

  

Several CMAC fall athletes are competing for the Cincinnati.com Athlete of the Week title.  Use this link to cast a vote for the following athletes, Cincinnati.com Athlete of the Week.  Deadline to cast a vote is 5p.m. Friday, 9/6.



The CMAC volleyball teams are all in action tonight!  Come out and cheer the teams on as they play conference games this evening.

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